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Thread: Apple Dumplings Recipe (by the Pioneer Woman)

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    Just made her meatballs last night. OH SO TASTY! :) I have some apples at home, I think I will try this.

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    Not for someone on a diet that is for sure. Looks yummy though. Might just have to try it.

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    Little bites for us that are dieting.. and the rest to work to be gobbled up. :)

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    For years I made dh old-fashioned apple dumplings using a whole apple. I always had trouble with the cruse coming apart. I think I am going to make these. They look a lot easier so maybe I will make them more often. Thanks for sharing.patti

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    Some of the best recipes I have seen! You have done it again, Crafty Bear! Thank you so much!

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    These look delicious and low calorie because it only takes two granny smith apples.

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    it is extremely sweet, but oh, so good. I made a takeoff of this with fresh peaches and poured heavy cream over it instead of mountain dew. i took this to a church supper. every one was asking "what is this?" It is so good. very fattening!

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    I don't think this can be low calorie because of the rolls and the amount of sugar?

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    I have made these with fresh peaches also. Love them. I substitute the sugar with Stevia to take some of the guilt away, then add a scoop of icecream haha. Delish!

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